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Long developed in parallel, AI and Web3 now seem on the verge of converging

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Long developed in parallel, AI and Web3 now seem on the verge of converging

Artificial intelligence (AI) and Web3 are undeniably two of the most transformative technologies of our time. Long developed in parallel, they now seem poised to converge, paving the way for disruptive innovations and new ways of understanding and interacting with digital.

For starters, blockchain promises to revolutionise the transparency of AI processes. By recording every transaction and decision of AI systems on an immutable and verifiable ledger, it helps demystify the often opaque processes of AI. This increased transparency allows users and regulators to better understand the decision-making mechanisms of AI models, facilitating greater trust and acceptability.

In addition, the decentralisation of computing power via peer-to-peer networks represents another major advance. It makes it possible to reduce the concentration of computing capacity in the hands of a few large technological entities, thereby promoting a more equitable and global distribution of computing resources. This extended community infrastructure could radically transform the way AI is deployed and accessed around the world.

In addition, the blockchain industry is actively exploring initiatives to authenticate humanity in a cyberspace where the distinction between human and machine is becoming increasingly blurred. Projects such as Worldcoin, which uses iris scan technology to verify identity, illustrate this trend, but they represent only part of the range of possibilities.

However, the contributions are not one-sided. AI also has a crucial role to play in improving blockchain. It can, for example, optimise the auditing of smart contract codes to detect potential flaws, or analyse the vast amounts of data generated by blockchains to extract trends, identify fraud, anticipate market variations and provide relevant analyses to investors and regulators.

This report aims to take you on a journey through the most promising initiatives at the intersection of AI and Web3, highlighting projects that are likely to endure and transform the technological landscape. We hope you find it inspiring and insightful.

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